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TAJIKISTAN
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June 24, 2007
Sapper Zafar Khamidov defuses a mine in Rasht, some 185 km (115 miles) east of Dushanbe, June 12, 2007....
Rasht, Tajikistan
Sapper Zafar Khamidov defuses a mine in Rasht east of Dushanbe
Sapper Zafar Khamidov defuses a mine in Rasht, some 185 km (115 miles) east of Dushanbe, June 12, 2007. The Tajikistan Mine Action Centre (TMAC) estimates that more than 10000 land mines and undetonated ammunition from a civil war are during a 1990s still buried in the ground of the Central Asian state, having injured or killed more than 530 civilians since 1992. Picture taken June 12, 2007. REUTERS/Nozim Kalandarov (TAJIKISTAN)
TAJIKISTAN
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June 24, 2007
Sappers use detectors to search for undetonated ammunition in Rasht, some 185 km (115 miles) east of...
Rasht, Tajikistan
Sappers use detectors to search for undetonated ammunition in Rasht
Sappers use detectors to search for undetonated ammunition in Rasht, some 185 km (115 miles) east of Dushanbe, June 12, 2007. The Tajikistan Mine Action Centre (TMAC) estimates that more than 10000 land mines and undetonated ammunition from a civil war are during a 1990s still buried in the ground of the Central Asian state, having injured or killed more than 530 civilians since 1992. Picture taken June 12, 2007. REUTERS/Nozim Kalandarov (TAJIKISTAN)
TAJIKISTAN
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June 24, 2007
A sapper watches ammunition being blown up in Rasht, some 185 km (115 miles) east of Dushanbe, June 12,...
Rasht, Tajikistan
Sapper watches ammunition being blown up in Rasht east of Dushanbe
A sapper watches ammunition being blown up in Rasht, some 185 km (115 miles) east of Dushanbe, June 12, 2007. The Tajikistan Mine Action Centre (TMAC) estimates that more than 10000 land mines and undetonated ammunition from a civil war are during a 1990s still buried in the ground of the Central Asian state, having injured or killed more than 530 civilians since 1992. Picture taken June 12, 2007. REUTERS/Nozim Kalandarov (TAJIKISTAN)
TAJIKISTAN
RTR1R4CU
June 24, 2007
Sappers put undetonated ammunition into a pit for destruction in Rasht, some 185 km (115 miles) east...
Rasht, Tajikistan
Sappers put undetonated ammunition into a pit for destruction in Rasht east of Dushanbe
Sappers put undetonated ammunition into a pit for destruction in Rasht, some 185 km (115 miles) east of Dushanbe, June 12, 2007. The Tajikistan Mine Action Centre (TMAC) estimates that more than 10000 land mines and undetonated ammunition from a civil war are during a 1990s still buried in the ground of the Central Asian state, having injured or killed more than 530 civilians since 1992. Picture taken June 12, 2007. REUTERS/Nozim Kalandarov (TAJIKISTAN)
TAJIKISTAN
RTR1R4CR
June 24, 2007
Sappers prepare dynamite to blow up undetonated ammunition in Rasht, some 185 km (115 miles) east of...
Rasht, Tajikistan
Sappers prepare dynamite to blow up undetonated ammunition in Rasht east of Dushanbe
Sappers prepare dynamite to blow up undetonated ammunition in Rasht, some 185 km (115 miles) east of Dushanbe, June 12, 2007. The Tajikistan Mine Action Centre (TMAC) estimates that more than 10000 land mines and undetonated ammunition from a civil war are during a 1990s still buried in the ground of the Central Asian state, having injured or killed more than 530 civilians since 1992. Picture taken June 12, 2007. REUTERS/Nozim Kalandarov (TAJIKISTAN)
IRAN
RTRXKO9
July 18, 2002
An Iranian woman looks at the first Iranian electric car, "Aryana 792", in
the northern Iranian city...
Rasht, Iran
IRANIAN WOMAN LOOKS AT A NEW ELECTRIC CAR MADE IN IRAN.
An Iranian woman looks at the first Iranian electric car, "Aryana 792", in
the northern Iranian city of Rasht, July 18, 2002. Iranian engineer Gamshid
Arian designed and built the four-seater car, complete with a personalised
digital card to control the doors and ignition, within the special economic
zone in Hasan, 35 kms from Rasht. Picture taken July 18. REUTERS/Morteza
Nikoubazl

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IRAN
RTRXKO3
July 18, 2002
Iranian engineer, Gamshid Arian, drives the first Iranian electric car
"Aryana 792" in the northern...
Rasht, Iran
ENGINEER DRIVES NEW ELECTRIC CAR MADE IN IRAN.
Iranian engineer, Gamshid Arian, drives the first Iranian electric car
"Aryana 792" in the northern Iranian city of Rasht, July 18, 2002. Arian
designed and built the four-seater car, complete with a personalised digital
card to control the doors and ignition, within the special economic zone in
Hasan, 35 kms from Rasht. Picture taken July 18. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl

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